A Tooth with a Severe Cavity and Dental Fracture Needs Professional Care

When a cavity goes without professional treatment, decay can gradually start to compromise the structure of the tooth. This can eventually cause the tooth to severely fracture. When this happens, the pain can sometimes be significant and the bacterial presence in the area can lead to other complications. Sometimes, Dr. Scott Lindsay can treat a tooth in this condition with... read more »

Dental Care as You Get Older

Your teeth were meant to last for a lifetime. So, as you get older, there is no reason to expect that as your number of birthdays increases, the number of your teeth will decrease. Healthy dental habits will keep your teeth right where they should be. That’s not to say that things don’t change as you get older. For one... read more »

Protect Your Child from the Hazards of Teething

As your child’s oral health begins to develop, their teeth will begin to break above the gum line in a process known as teething. Unfortunately, this process can cause discomfort and pain to your child, so treatment should be applied to help them relax. Protect your child from the hazards of teething. Listed below are important facts regarding teething: -... read more »

Treat Your Smile Right with Optimum Oral Health Care

Treat your smile right with optimum oral health care. If you treat your smile well, it will continue to shine and function effectively for a lifetime of happiness and joy. Simple habits such as brushing and flossing daily are enough to keep your oral health going strong. Listed below are some incredible tips that can be used to improve your... read more »

Four Steps to Caring for Your Clear Aligners

Dr. Scott Lindsay and our Peak Dental Care team offer clear aligners for our patients wanting to straighten their teeth without the visibility of brackets and wires. Many of our patients in Centennial, Colorado have successfully used Invisalign®  clear aligners to align their smile discreetly. Since you will be committing to wearing your aligners 22 hours a day, caring for... read more »

Improve Your Smile with Healthy Food Choices

Improve your smile with healthy food choices. Knowing what foods and drinks to consume will not only affect your waistline but can also play a big role on the health of your gum line as well. Due to the fact that tooth decay and gum disease could be the result of what you eat, take the time to look at... read more »

Keep Your Teeth Safe with Dental Sealants

Have you ever wished it was easier to keep your teeth safe from the dangers of cavities and tooth decay? Although practicing daily oral health care habits such as brushing and flossing are extremely effective in keeping oral health risks at bay, it is possible to suffer from bad techniques or even miss spots that can allow decay to fester.... read more »

A Tooth Suffering Excess Wear and Tear in the Tooth Enamel Might Need a Crown

In a perfect world, your teeth will meet up with the corresponding partner teeth with perfect alignment. Unfortunately, there are times when a slightly misaligned tooth joins unnaturally with another. As time goes by, this can cause excess wear and tear in the tooth enamel of one or both teeth. This condition, which is known as dental attrition, is even... read more »

Custom Mouthguards: What You Should Know

If you’ve ever visited your dentist, you may know that brushing and flossing your teeth is essential if you’re interested in protecting your oral health. However, there are a few other things you can do to keep your teeth strong. Did you know using a mouthguard may help you keep your pearly whites healthy and strong? Naturally, there are many... read more »